Apple introduced not only the iPhone 5 last night but it also announced the new generation iPod Touch and iPod Nano. Here’s a quick look at the features of the new iPod devices.
First up is a completely redesigned iPod Nano. It features the same new lightning connector found on the iPhone 5 and is incredibly thin, at just 5.4mm. That is 38% thinner than previous models. It also features a 16:9 rectangular 2.5 inch screen, making it look like a miniature iPhone.
Many of us use earphones daily either while listening to music from our IPOD or Mobile Phone and some times we come across earphones while attending exams like TOEFL….So how is that a electronic device which works on electric current able to produce the melody of a song….
Here is the answer to the above Questions….
On October 23rd, 2001, Steve Jobs introduced the iPod at a special event, showing off a design destined to become iconic. Ten years later, the brand is as strong as ever, though sadly, we have lost its inventor.
iPod is arguably the most important in Apple’s history. If the iPod failed, Apple would have remained a boutique computer maker prized by designers and schools but able to be safely ignored by the tech world at large. Instead, the iPod proved to be a powerful wedge, the de facto standard for listening to music for many years. How did the iPod’s original design morph over time? Let’s take a small trip through the evolution of the device that’s arguably the most important in the Apple’s history.
The one that started it all…